Olympic & Paralympic Games 2012

The Olympic and Paralympic Games are the largest sporting event in the world; each event necessitating years of planning, international co-operation and vast financial resources. At the International Olympics Committee in Singapore July 2005 it was announced that London would host the Games in 2012. Hosting the Games will be a huge challenge for London and for the UK. The websites in this collection have been selected to reflect all aspects of the 2012 Games including the social and economic impact as well as the event itself. The collection includes websites of official bodies, relevant local councils, opinion forums and company websites. Sites will continue to be gathered up to and beyond the Olympics 2012.

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  1. Brockley Central: Lewisham Olympic Torch route revealed
  2. Broxbourne White Water Canoe Centre
  3. Bryony Shaw
  4. BT London 2012
  5. BT Paralympic World Cup
  6. BT Storytellers: Inspired by London 2012
  7. Buckinghamshire County Council
  8. Bucks 2012: Paralympic Region Focus Group
  9. Builder & Engineer Online: London 2012
  10. Building
  11. Cadbury: London 2012
  12. Central Council of Church Bell Ringers (CCCBR)
  13. Championing the East Midlands
  14. Chelmsford Borough Council: Chelmsford and the London 2012 Games
  15. Cheshire West and Chester: Historic Olympic Torch route through Chester revealed
  16. Chris Hoy (Official Site)
  17. Chrissie Wellington
  18. Chris Tomlinson
  19. CitizenCurators: Life in London during the Games
  20. City Mayors: 2012 London Olympics to regenerate one of the poorest areas of the capital

Sites (446)

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